I heartily thank everyone participate in this course . this course gave me a comprehensive knowledge about different types of investment styles and the optimum way to build an investment portfolio .
One of the best courses I've found about investment strategies and styles. It was also very interesting the impact of emotions and cognitive biases in our investment decisions. Highly recommended.
par Lowell W•
My only complaint was the assignment requiring evaluation by other students as this made the asynchronous nature of the course more synchronous and dependent on others.
par Tom S•
I was not impressed. (And not impressed with this automatically centered text box either.) There was far too much very technical detail that no one save those working for hedge fund developers would ever use. The volume of analysis they suggest is overwhelming and impossible for the average investor, and when all is said and done, worthless. The market moves on news, rumors, scandal, etc; think Enron, Worldcom, Texaco, et al. None of the concepts presented in this course would have prevented you from investing in those companies when they were beginning or in their prime.
I'm about to become a registered investment advisor. I took this course looking for ideas to improve my recommendations. No go. This was terrible.
In addition, the presentation was presented by automatons I think. They rarely looked at us, they read flatly from the prompter. A good text to speech program could easily have replaced the "teachers".
par Evan B•
This is an excellent course that provides detailed explanation of how investors can or should respond to monetary policy and various economic shocks. It also provides clear distinctions between portfolio construction methods and the rationale behind selecting either of them.
par José F A d V V•
This course expanded my understanding of investors profiles, portafolio selection and financial crisis. It also gave me a basic understanding of behavioral finance.
par Jason M•
need a sub. can't not understand what he is saying
par Augustine Q•
need to pay to submit quiz.
par ARVIND K S•
The course was a revelation in that it was my first experience to behavioral finance. And what an experience! I realized for the first time that there's more to portfolio construction and investment styles than just quants. And how cognitive biases and human emotions can play a very important role in investing. A lot of the irrational decisions can be explained by these biases, and being conscious of them can make us better investors. A big thanks for the course, which is highly recommended for all investors and portfolio management firms.
par Seetha R P M•
I am an engineering student and didnt fulfill the pre-requisites to enroll for Investment Fund at my university. Though my Professor at the university waived them, I have taken this specialization to learn the financial basics. These courses, not only made me ready but I was a good contributor for the discussions and buy/sell decisions. The experience and examples the instructors share in the four courses are the best. You can apply directly to your trading.
par Nazmul H T•
It was an amazing course, absolutely timely, worthwhile and invigorating. The experts from the industry and institutions along with the guest lecturers made this whole program inevitably enjoyable. I would expect coursera will continue to provide such an opportunity and thus we learn, grow and step forward to a better future. Many thanks
par André A L•
I have embarked on this journey of building my investment management knowledge and I must say investing in this specialization and more specifically this course has been a fruitful investment. I recommend it for the person with limited investement knowledge and experience as a cost effective and practical way to grow their knowledge base
par Ooi-Voon C•
Lectures given by professors especially Dr Michel Girardin were excellent and clear. I find the practical knowledge imparted by UBS guest lecturers especially interesting and should be very useful when come to constructing my portfolio; unfortunately, perhaps due to work pressure, most seem not well prepared for their presentation.
par Zacharias L•
I have learned quite a lot about investment styles and types and how to use my knowledge and character into making investment decisions. I also learned to be more realistic and logical and not be caught by emotions when I make investments. And to use all type of available information before I make an investment decision.
par Felix C•
A great course! Despite it's unimpressive-sounding title, it is quite rich in theoretical content and applications - the sections dealing with market efficiency, investor biases, financial crises and portfolio construction techniques give a broad view of the art of investing as it is. Highly recommended.
par Javier I v C•
Excellent course, it helped me to understand with practical examples of how to apply quantitative analysis of values. When to enter and exit an investment according to moving averages. Super happy to always have guests from UBS bank who tell us about their experiences and their methodologies.
par Malhar S•
It was really interesting learning about the different biases faced by investors, along with the other topics discussed in this course. The biases part was quite beneficial since it helped me analyze what biases I have already experienced in my journey on Investopedia Simulator trading.
par Deokumar G•
AN excellent narrative of the Psychology behind investing - why we make some decisions and don't make others, and what it adds up to in the financial markets. EXCELLENT PROFESSORS who distinguish themselves with their utmost knowledge of psychological investing! - Deokumar Gandharry
par Santhana L K S•
What a great course this has been ! Extreme efforts from University of Geneva and UBS. Detailed explanations and discussion parts help in making all these easy to understand. The small quizzes inbetween the lectures are a great plus. Thank you for this great opportunity !
par Firdaus K•
Simply awesome!!!!!!! I loved the content. The sheer breath of this module., the numerous tips and trivia, the UBS team's practical experience and the guest on Monetary Policy discussion. Just brilliant! I am so happy that I selected the right course as per my interests.
par JUAN C R C•
This is a must course! It will help me both personally & professionally to better understand the reasoning both rational & irrational that goes into an investment decision. Totally recommend this course, it will definitely help in my future. Thank You very much.
par Rohini B•
I learnt a lot and am beginning to really appreciate the work that is done by fund managers. I love learning from Dr Michel Girardin. He is always so clear and his enthusiasm is so contagious that I want to learn and try harder. Thank you all so much.
par Minas-Marios V•
Continuing from the previous course, the instructors explore some key concepts of Investment Management that really redefine the way an investor thinks and acts.
Very explanatory lectures and interesting discussions from passionate and keen lecturers.
par Marta A M•
The course is wonderful and the contents are very well explained. But the average time is not real, you have to spend much more time each week (almost the double or triple) for seeing the videos and trying to understand all the complex content.
par Ashot B•
This course is extremely interesting, based on huge practice and experience, delivered by the perfect lecturer and supported by the unique expertise of the invited experts. Highly recommended for all who is interested in financial markets.
par Felipe A C C•
This second course of the specialization Investment Management is really great. It's pretty well explained, the key concepts are clear and the lecturers have deep konwledge. I recommend it to all who want to improve in the financial field
par MIRCEA N S•
Plenty to learn from this module as it was from the previous ones. Kudos to all teachers and thank you Coursera for making this available to all people who share a passion for learning and trying to better themselves. Much appreciated.